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Solid understanding of typography may help you because there is more than one way to improve readability and make it easier to scan the page. The following article has some examples which illustrate how use of colour, font size, font case, spacing above and below, etc can all help titles and subtitles to stand out (this helps you to scan): http://retinart....


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Graphic design is part of the user experience, it's just a specialized part. Motion design, too. It would make sense to me to talk to a graphic designer in the same manner as to a fellow UX designer.


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Tackle them by the knees! You're right. The tension affects the project which leads to poor results... One thing you can do is educate them. Maybe not you personally, but provide in-house training and make it a requirement. If they learn the importance of UX, the results will increase and the business will be more valuable... IDF has online courses that ...


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If you think about it with some imagination, the graphic designer is also driven by a "user-centered mindset" (please notice the quotation marks). In this regard, you are both the same. A good graphic designer won't design something aesthetically pleasant for himself only. When he designs something, his purpose is to please people. He does it so that "...


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Since I am a Graphic Designer transitioning towards UX Design, I think I have some interesting insights with regard to this matter. First of all, I've seen some answers talking about explaining them that UX is important. Good point, but we have to keep in mind one thing: Graphic Designers already know that UX is important. They do not understand precisely ...



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